>Osho's shop is 5 minutes walk from Katsuragawa Station, which is on the JR Kyoto Line. At the time of writing (October 2015), you can get to this station by taking any Local service on this line from Kyoto Station (don't get a Limited Express). The train usually leaves from platform 5. The shop is adjacent to the railway line on the east side and south from the station. You cannot walk directly alongside the line, but need to head east one block, go south and then back west. The shop is open from 10am to 5pm, but email Osho first to make sure he is in.

Leave the station by the East Gate.

Head east (directly away from the train line) along this road one block.

There is a small sheet metal factory on the right hand corner, turn right. Note that since Osho took his photo the building on the left has been demolished and something else may be in its place by the time you go past.

Keep going down this road.

When you get to a small play park turn right.

You are heading west back to the railway line.

When you get to the end, turn left and head south. There is a small paint shop on the left, with the handy sign "Painting Company" on the side.

Osho's shop is the three storey building just down on the left.

Good signs that you have arrived. Go up the stairs to the third floor.